Hello, If any influence appears, this will affect GBP in all crosses not just GBP/USD.
My opinion is: Brexit is not news or unexpected market event and the market already priced it. So, basically a sharp or strong movement in GBP against the rest of currencies may appears, if anything that was not released so far came out. Al the rest is already calculated in current rates.
Brexit trigger is not a mover. Its been expected since well, the vote. Its all about what the negotiations will yield. The lower pound came after the Scottish vote to have another referendum yesterday.
Hello, This is correct - Brexit trigger is not a mover. The market will react strongly on something that is not expected: either something positive where the investors (big guys) will find option to make money, or negative and they will react because of the fear.
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